Steve Jobs keynotes were often punctuated by memorables “One More Thing…” moments in a manner similar to Peter Falk’s Columbo character.
Steve typically feigned some concluding remarks, turned as if to make a false exit from the stage, then turned back to say “but there’s one more thing“. Steve must have loved it so much since he used it 31 times during his tenure at Apple! Read More
To complement this blog an Every Steve Jobs Video YouTube channel has been created… actually it preceded this blog by a few weeks :) It’s a convenient way to quickly browse through the full (and growing) archive of ±150 clips.
The things I like the most about the channel are the Playlists, especially the ones going through Steve’s ‘careers’ in chronological order – which I will highlight a bit further. It’s fascinating to watch Steve evolve as a person and as a leader. If like me you were following Apple in the 90′s, looking back at the old keynotes in sequence and seeing how foretelling Steve was is astonishing. Read More
Hello everyone. This is the first post of what hopefully will be many. I’m a long time Steve Jobs fan dating way back to the mid-90′s before I even knew who Steve was. That’s when Pixar blew my mind with Toy Story and I (finally) started to enjoy computers thanks to the ease of use of the Mac – kudos to Martin and Patrick, my roommates of the time, who convinced me to go Mac.
Steve’s impact has been tremendous to millions of people and as a token of my appreciation, I decided to create this blog to allow everyone wanting to know more about Steve Jobs to have access to every videos of him, in a simple and easy way. Read More
Rare 22 minutes presentation given by Steve Jobs at the Insanely Great conference in 1980. It’s one of the very first known video footage of Steve Jobs. The quality of the video deteriorates at mid-point, but stick around, it’s really worth the watch. Read More
Interesting TV newscast featuring Steve Jobs and Apple at the center of the Home Computer Revolution hitting the United States in 1981. It’s also nice to see a young Dan Rather during his prime at CBS.
Steve Jobs’ image as the young and successful multimillionaire entrepreneur was starting to grow. Back then, Apple was expecting to sell for $300M in 1981. That’s 1/500 of the $156B it made in 2012! Read More